Therapists in St. Paul, MN and Nearby Locations

Find a therapist in St. Paul, Minnesota that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in St. Paul to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief, and more.

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Mental Health Concerns and Care Resources in St. Paul, Minnesota

Saint Paul (also known as St. Paul) is the second-largest city within the state of Minnesota with an estimated 309,180 residents as of 2017. Along with its neighboring city, Minneapolis, it makes up the ‘twin city’ metropolitan area and together they comprise over 3 million of Minnesota’s 5 million residents. The state has a diversified economy that includes electronics manufacturers, mills, food processing centers, and medical products but recently the high-tech industry has become a very important pillar industry for the twin cities. Though the city enjoys financial prosperity, its residents are not immune to problems. Like many areas of the country, Minnesota is dealing with the effects of alcohol, prescription drugs, and illegal substance abuse. In Minnesota, illegal drugs used to be the main concern but are now rapidly being replaced with prescription medications such as opioid drugs.

In addition to substance abuse, Minnesota as a state is dealing with a significant portion of its population that suffers from a mental illness. An estimated 226,000 adults in Minnesota are dealing with some form of serious mental illness. Residents must have access to quality mental health care.

If you are experiencing some form of depression, stress, or another disorder that is hurting your ability to live healthily, you may want to find someone who can help you cope. We can assist in your search for the right therapist or mental health professional in the St. Paul area- someone who understands your unique issues and can give you the help you need within the hours that suit you.

Identifying that you need help is not always an easy process, but we want to be able to help you on your journey to wellness and make the search for a therapist as simple as possible.

How to Start Your Search for the Right Mental Health Professional

With so many different types of professionals available, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. We suggest that before you even begin to sort through the different services available, you take a moment to evaluate what your needs and preferences are. Working with a person who is the right fit for you is an important part of the therapeutic process and not all care providers are the same. Some of the questions you may want to ask yourself are:

  • What specific issues or disorders are you wanting assistance with?
  • Are you dealing with a condition that may better be dealt with by a specialist in that area? (For example, an eating disorder)
  • Would you be more comfortable talking with a female or a male therapist?
  • What time can you commit to the process and how would this fit into your schedule?

These questions can give you a better idea of where you should be looking when it comes to finding a therapist or mental health professional who is a fit for you. Being able to communicate with someone and working with a professional who can accommodate your hours and make it as easy as possible to access help are important factors that can greatly improve your chances of obtaining effective treatment.

Health Insurance

While finding the right professional is an important step there are also practical considerations when deciding where to go for help. The costs of getting assistance can be significant so it is also a good idea to find out how much your health insurance can help with alleviating some of the expenses. They will likely have their own specific rules about how they cover these services. Sometimes, different insurance companies may have their network of mental health professionals that they will require you to choose from. For this reason, it is a good idea to reach out to your health insurance company and ask about the details of what may or may not be covered by your plan.